Health Table Tennis friendly

The National Table Tennis players will play Ministry of Health Table Tennis team in a friendly match at the Ministry of Health headquarters at 4.30pm today. The friendly match is set to be an entertaining one as health team will feature veteran champion Dr Cendric, Ivan Ghemu and Dr Maraka. The Ministry of Health Table…

Tennis venue is yet to confirm

Honiara City Council (HTC) is yet to confirm the proper venue for the Solomon Islands National Tennis Federation. Chairman for youths, women and sports of the HTC standing committee, Eddie Ngava said the tennis venue would be confirm after their board meeting on January 30. “We will confirm what will do with the Tennis venue…

FD Supper champs

FD Supper Kings scooped the Christmas competition held at Foóndo despite the grand final was not played. The grand final was supposed to be between Maluú and FD Supper Kings but it could not took place due to disagreement. Maluú team did not want to play on the grand final because they disagreed with the…

Big number for athletics

Twenty five athletics will represent the country in the upcoming 15th South Pacific Games in Papua New Guinea schedule for July 4-18. This is a big number for the Athletics Solomon to prepare the squad within the 165 days. President of the Athletics Solomon and President of National Olympic Committee Martin Rara admitted that they…

Do or die game

The National U-16 team chances of advancing to the semi final will be decided after their match against Tahiti at 1pm today. A win for Solomon Islands will secure them a position into the semi final stage while a draw will require them to score more than 11 goals against their final opponent the American…

Islanders blame lack of clinic for deaths

PEOPLE of liuaniua Islands, Malaita Outer Islands (MOI) are urging the new government to ensure the remote island has a health centre. The call follows what they described as ‘avoidable deaths’ if a health centre is on the island. Former provincial member for MOI Wilson Sangahu said during the Christmas period, there were 10 deaths…

We need good leaders: Sir Albert

This nation needs good leaders from the national level right down to the provincial and community level, says Chief Justice Sir Albert Palmer. He said we need to have the right men and women in positions of responsibility who will lead by example. Sir Albert was speaking at the opening of the Legal Year held…

PM assured support for Tina Hydro Project

Prime Minister Hon Manasseh Sogavare has been impressed with the progress made by the Tina Hydro Development Project team when the group met and briefed him on the developments. The group Include Project Manager Mark France, Strategic Advisor Paul Roughan and Fred Conning, Technical Advisor. During the briefing, the Prime Minister was told that the…